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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by Hervé » 19 Jan 2009, 16:50

malcooning wrote: If it was so, we would have had much sexier brushes.
Herve? Please?
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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by ZigOtto » 19 Jan 2009, 16:57

malcooning wrote:
ZigOtto wrote:donno, I've to check that ...
well, seems you're in luck Zig :)
that's nice !
so the wacom "Tilt" feature is corresponding to which one(s) of these tvpa parameters :
- Altitude
- Azimut
- Twist ... ?
or both ?
... I haven't so much experimented them, thinking they are "Intuos3 only" :)

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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by malcooning » 19 Jan 2009, 17:04

Hervé wrote:tv_oilbrush grain 0-3
This only swaps between the oilbrush modes. What I meant is a way to control separately the amount, size, softness and space-between of the grain, because I think that the existing modes are not the way to create well-rendered natural media brushes. For example, I believe that 'bristle' factor control is far more important than the 'light' factor, in the process of building realistic brushes. I think it will be more successful if we had a brush edit panel or more controls right in Tool:Oilbrush panel (even without associating any connection setting with them).
ZigOtto wrote:so the wacom "Tilt" feature is corresponding to which one(s) of these tvpa parameters :
- Altitude
- Azimut
- Twist ... ?
or both ?
I'm never sure how twist is put into application, but In Intuos2 I believe "Tilt" corresponds with 'Altitude', and "Bearing" corresponds with 'Azimuth'.

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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by Elodie » 03 Feb 2009, 07:59

alalala, I've done good work and nobody has seen it, snif T_T

=>http://www.tvpaint.com/forum/viewtopic. ... 999#p21999

*split again malcoonimages topic and merge it with the other topic... -_-*

edit : okay, I know what was hapenning : when I split the topic, the sixth page didn't be split too with the other posts. So, you though nothing had changed (the two last posts being always here) and you had continued to post here.

Now, if someone continue to talk about slocum in malcooimages topic, I whip him :twisted:

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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by karltoonz » 25 Feb 2009, 19:26

wow,


i like your mind


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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by Elodie » 03 Mar 2009, 18:01

thanks rich ;)

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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by airman » 13 Mar 2009, 19:02

malcooning wrote:look what the potato sprouted...

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love it!!
really kool!!

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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by CharlieC » 08 Apr 2009, 01:27

wow these images are awesome. just love the various textures, and your lovely whimsical doodle-y style. reminds me of the eastern european styles that inspire me. i hope i can absorb some of this brush making technique; i'm still pretty limited to downloading other people's.
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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by malcooning » 08 Apr 2009, 06:01

CharlieC wrote:...reminds me of the eastern european styles that inspire me.
Thanks you. It's flattering me.

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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by Fabrice » 08 Apr 2009, 11:39

CharlieC wrote:wow these images are awesome. just love the various textures, and your lovely whimsical doodle-y style. reminds me of the eastern european styles that inspire me. i hope i can absorb some of this brush making technique; i'm still pretty limited to downloading other people's.
just play with the custombrushes parameters, you will dicover some new nice brush renderings :)
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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by Elodie » 08 Apr 2009, 12:02

CharlieC wrote:wow these images are awesome. just love the various textures, and your lovely whimsical doodle-y style. reminds me of the eastern european styles that inspire me. i hope i can absorb some of this brush making technique; i'm still pretty limited to downloading other people's.
And don't hesitate to download some sharing contents : you will find many other interesting brushes and panels ! =)

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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by joz » 09 May 2009, 23:11

very nice universe, thanks for this hilarious cow

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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by malcooning » 13 May 2009, 20:33

a crop of small drawings.
not sure why, but I now realize that most of my characters face to the left. interesting.

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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by Peter Wassink » 13 May 2009, 21:48

malcooning wrote:a crop of small drawings.
not sure why, but I now realize that most of my characters face to the left. interesting.
Delicious harvest! thanks for posting.

I have the same thing, in my sketch books and TVP doodles 90% of the characters are facing left.
Probably has to do with me being right-handed?
You are right handed too?
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Re: Malcoonimages

Post by Paul Fierlinger » 13 May 2009, 22:01

I think it's because it's easier to push the nose out (away from your hand) as you draw. If you are right-handed you would have to start by dragging the line from the outside in, towards your hand, which makes it harder to control.
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